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RE MOTHER AND SON JOIN UP FOR BANGOR POLICE BEAT SIONED ROBERTS JONES: Fantastic Dylan James Thomas & a proud mum I'm sure Lisa Jane Thomas congratulations x JANET CHESTER: That is nice that is. Hope all goes well for Dylan in his new career x STEVEN MCGUIRE: Good luck NIGEL P COOKE: From "Bob's your uncle" to "Bobby's your mother"? RE SNOW AND SLEET SET TO HIT PARTS OF NORTH WALES TODAY KESS DAVIES: I hope it hits Anglesey! 8 inches would be nice RE CAN YOU HELP RE-HOME THIS ADORABLE HAMSTER FOUND DUMPED IN A BOX IN MID WALES? NIA EDWARDS: How can you dump a hamster? Syrians are brll a bit far for me in Prestatyn hope he gets a home call him David after Bowie x RE RESCUERS WADE THROUGH THIGH-DEEP SNOW TO SAVE SNOWDON WALKERS IN TERRIBLE CONDITIONS ROBBIE OWEN: I think people should only be allowed up with qualified guides nothing personal but if your unsure or inexperienced it's worth keeping yourself and loved ones safe TASCHA LOUISE ROBERTS: The rescuers said themselves last week that this is how they learnt the trade themselves by venturing out in all conditions and to not criticise and demand these people pay a fine for being rescued.

ROBERT HUXLEY: Well done everyone involved in the rescue. CARLY ESTLICK: Nadine Jones this could have been us!!

ANNA HAMBLETT: I walked up the Snowdon Rangers path on Sunday....snow about 2 feet deep but the path is quite straightforward so you cannot get lost and I had crampons on before anyone asks. Llanberis Mountain Rescue are there for people who want to get out in the great outdoors; they expect to be called out. The weather changed and the wind was blowing the snow all around but lower down it wasn't windy at all. Unless you have done it you do not realise what it is like up a mountain; conditions change even after looking at the weather forecast in advance RE WATCH WAVES CRASH OVER OLD COLWYN PROMENADE AS HIGH TIDE COMBINES WITH STRONG WINDS BRENDA CANTY-FORREST: Old Colwyn always gets it at high tide!

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
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Date:Jan 14, 2016
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